We spend the full hour with the amazing Kambri Crews. She tells us what it’s like to grow up as a hearing child with two deaf parents, adventures with mom’s “back massager”, and the night she found out that her father was arrested almost stabbing a woman to death. We laugh, cry and make new drinks.
PLUS Katharine shares a new drink based on a friend and show supporter!
Kambri Crews is a Queens based producer, publicist, writer and storyteller who is the author of the incredible memoir, Burn Down the Ground which you need to buy immediately.
Kambri, looking lovely:
Here is Kambri singing songs in ASL with her mother at her book launch party:
Listen To Your Mother: Katharine’s mother talks about the time she was a teenager and almost kidnapped into white slavery while visiting Marrakesh. Then she shares a short story about when her mother was captured by the Nazi’s during WWII.
Wait… What?: Hugh Klitzke tells us about the time he was involved in an exorcism, and learned the value of true friendship.
PLUS Katharine shares her popular White Sangria recipe!
Hugh P. Klitzke is an award winning composer and lyricist, and producer and collaborator with Ingrid Breyer on the musical The Precautionary Principle. He is also voice casting director for a leading bi-coastal talent agency. Hugh has been head of sound for Penn and Teller, an Equity Stage Manager and a lecturer at SUNY Purchase. He’s pretty multi-talented and awesome.
Katharine’s mother has been her mom for 30-something years. She’d rather not have her identity be public, so here’s a YouTube clip of a narcoleptic kitten.